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to their third crime scene where bullets hit cars. take a look at video we have just after the shooting, just after 1:15 this morning. witnesses say it started as a big fight inside the club. someone fired a gun into the air and people panicked. there was another round of shots and round of screams. it spilled out into the streets and into the parking lot. that is where i'm told 30 rounds were fired. one witnessed told me what it sounded like. >> more than 4 different guns, definitely. there was one smaller boom, boom then there was big boom! then there was about five or six rapid shots that were pretty loud but not as loud as the one big boom blast. then there was a couple of other shots for sure that all sounded differently. >> the shooters escaped after the gun battle in the parking
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lot but club management is looking at footage from surveillance cameras. they were trying to find out more information about the shooters. police tell me they have no leads on who the shooters could be but there are three victims. all three men are in the hospital. one in critical condition and the other two have non life-threatening injuries. >> katie: more breaking news. arson investigators are trying to determine the cause of a restaurant fire in san francisco's financial district. firefighters were called out just before 3:00 a.m. to california grill on commercial street. crews were able to quickly extinguish the flames there but one too the fire was hurt and taken to the hospital. in castro valley alameda county sheriff's deputies shot a parolee after he appointed a rifle at them. they shot him in the driveway of his home around 7:30 last night.
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he was last reported to be in surgery at eden medical center. the man's family called 911 saying he was acting erratically and then the parolee called 911 and threatened to kill arriving deputies. >> in san jose police continue to look for a killer. the man stabbed a woman to death yesterday afternoon just a few blocks from the santa clara county sheriff's office. john alston has more from north first street. >> brutal stabbing happened in broad daylight in a parking lot next to the togo sandwich shop. matt was eating lunch when he heard a commotion and rushed out to help the woman that was slashed on her neck and arms. >> i held her head up and kept pressure on it. i said who did this? can you give me any name. >> he, too, was covered in blood when paramedics arrived. >> i feel like it was horrible for her to have to die that way.
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i hope that my being there maybe it wasn't as bad to die. >> he walked to north second street and had to convince police he was not the killer. police say the real culprit hop add fence and ran through the neighborhood where they found blood in front of some homes. >> detective came by and circled where the blood spots are. we have been told to stay in our house and keep doors and windows locked. police went door to door checking dozens of houses and other possible hiding places but after several hours they scaled back the search. they are trying to figure out what led up to the attack. male suspect approached our female victim. there was some kind of contract, whether they knew each other or what the connection was. during that contract our male suspect stabbed the victim several times. >> the woman that kept inside her house told abc news said
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police knew who they were looking for after the killing. >> katie: this morning, san jose police are calling it a domestic murder. they believe the suspect identified as juan ramirez may be trying to escape to mexico and he might be in dark green, 1996 toyota pickup truck. authorities in santa cruz are looking for this man. he is a jail inmate who tricked a guard into releasing him. 35-year-old jesse warren par songs posed as another inmate when he was released from custody yesterday. he had been arrested earlier in the week for several outstanding warrants. if you spotted him, you are asked to call 911. a 27-year-old man from vietnam is in san francisco this weekend hoping to save his little brother's life. he is a rare donor match for the 5-year-old boy who has not seen since he was adopted. sergio quintana brings us their
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reunion at sfo. >> colin likely doesn't remember when he saw his big brother but colin with help from his little sister was happy to greet him. he was 14 months old when he was adopted but it's clear from the big smile on his big brother's face he still recollection little colin. 27-year-old lived in the remote community in northern vietnam. this is his first intercontinental flight and first time in the united states. he is a one in a million match as a donor for little colin who suffered from aplastic apeople in yeah. -- anemia. >> its chance for better life. >> his adoptive parents kept in contact with his birth family in vietnam but when the five-year-old was diagnosed they were lucky big brother was
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perfect match. at the airport. she shared pictures of his two-year-old son. >> that is his nephew. that is your nephew. >> in the process of making arrangements to come to the u.s. to be a donor. they learned that his two-year-old was suffering from an infection and needed a $600 operation. the mcfaddens were all too happy to help. >> he went to back to school. >> todd will be here for a month. the process for little colin will be much more involved and take a few months. >> they live in carson city, nevada so they will be in the bay area for a few months as he goes through the transplanted procedure at children's hospital in oakland. >> katie: donating bone marrow is not as intrusive as it used to be.
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the procedure is similar to giving blood. if you would like to register as potential donor, go to and then click on see it on tv. nine minutes after 8:00 and what is shaping up to be a beautiful bay area day. >> certainly chilly in parts of the north bay. we dropped into the 30s. here is a view from mount tam. what a beautiful shot it is. no fog to speak of. few patches at our coast. that is where we'll be coolest and breezy. i'll have the range of temperatures and look at when the rain will return to the bay area. >> katie: talk about being star struck. people on the east coast were treated to a show in the night sky and caught on video for you to see, as well. plus the smart phone that started it all is back with a new model. is it enough in
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>> katie: new this morning, pope francis and his predecessor had a meeting outside of rome. thousand people packed the plaza
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that the vatican is downplaying the meeting of the two popes. it's the first time in 600 years that two popes have met. two embraced on the helipad and prayed together in the chapel. they say benedict and francis shared the traditional melar with francis telling benedict we are brothers. benedict offered his pledge of obedience to the new pope and then they moved to the library and have lunch together. people on the east coast are buzzing over a possible meteor shower that lit up the sky last night. this bright flash was seen streaking along the eastern seaboard. people from new england to florida saw it. look at this video, watch to the left side of your screen. a spokesman with the american meteor society says the flash is consistent with a meteor shower. they fielded calls, hundreds every hour. some people who saw the show.
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you remember blackberry, the brand must have cellphone list is launching a new cellphone. even with impressive technical steps, jonathan bloom says blackberry is facing an uphill battle. >> beneath his coat, director has hiding something. >> i have a blackberry. it's a little bit embarrassing. >> wrapped in a two-year contract he watched his friends trade his phones in or newer ones. >> they ask, why do you have a blackberry? >> now it accounts for just 2% of the market. the ceo is determined to change that. >> we're used to come pe contingency. we need to get better. what we did we launched a new platform. >> blackberry 10 is now in the
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u.s. it's getting good reviews. >> i actually really like it. i think blackberry has done a good job. it feels really comfortable in the hands. >> jessica was enthusiastic about the totally new touch keyboard and awfully slick camera and new blackberry apps. what a firm without angry birds? >> this has all the trappings of a smart phone. but is it enough to save the company. >> i think they are trying to prove they aren't dead. >> are they? >> they aren't dead yet. >> it wouldn't work in my own house. >> what would it take for blackberry to win you back? >> i don't know if that is possible. >> it's unlikely the users left will come back. >> i don't noe think people will switch over. >> but it hay be a hit with current users a and start for a
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slow twawd for the company. a turnaround that some users won't see. >> what would blackberry have to do to keep your contract up. >> they would have to merge with apple. >> jonathan bloom, "abc 7 news." >> look for road closures tomorrow morning. northbound interstate 880 will be closed over night from 1:00 until 6:00. drivers will follow a detour to get them bookt freeway on 66th avenue. >> it's part of a shuttle bridge that will link bart to the oakland airport. this is time lapse video of the work on the bridge last weekend. project should be finished by the end of the year and the airport connector will be open for service in late 2014. tonight the lights will go out on landmark buildings around the globe for earth hour. places like san francisco city hall will turn out the lights for one hour to raise awareness about the environmental impact
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humans have on the planet. earth hour has become the world's largest involuntary voluntary action. it was selected from 29 cities participating in the world foundation challenge and san francisco was awarded a $30,000 granted to promote renewable energy. it is 8:17 and natural lights are on. sun is up. >> lisa: it's beautiful. you can see for miles and miles. we have a little fog at our coast earlier. live doppler 7-hd, precip for the next couple of days but that could be changing as we go into the up coming workweek. we will see weather systems drop down from the north. we will get cloudier and cooler and eventually see raindrops around here. nothing but clear out there. isn't this gorgeous with
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temperatures on the cool side. numbers in the 40s. we'll run through a few 40s in santa rosa. 39 in napa. with 48 in fairfield. mid 40s for livermore and hayward. you bumped up considerably. 6 degrees since the last hour. 45 in los gatos. this view shows that the coast is certainly clear, but we will have those breezy winds again. 49 san francisco, 46 in san carlos, 48 in half moon bay and 39 right now in santa cruz. spots around the bay will be chilly the next couple of hours. as we get into the afternoon that northwest wind, 15-20 miles an hour. keeping us cool at our beaches but otherwise we are sunny and mild for the rest of the weekend with rain chances are still in the 7 day outlook but been pushed back to the midday time frame. this morning with the clear sky, north wind, the lower dew points has allowed for much cooler temperatures.
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as much as 7 degrees colder in napa this morning. airport coming in 3 degrees cooler and san jose, as well. we will be warmer today order in san jose by a couple of degrees. high pressure sits offshore continues to build into california, it keeps the storm track to the north. it allow forces the north-northwest winds and that will bring seasonal numbers around the bay. we will be dry into part of next week. then as this high begins to weaken and slide to the east we will see lows drop down from the north. so the rest of the day today, featuring that breeze along the coast. plenty of sunshine and elsewhere. a few high clouds from time to time. we will be looking at a pretty nice first weekend of spring. 74 los angeles with 61 in yosemite. upper 40s in the northern sierra. some folks off this week and some folks off next week but today featuring beautiful
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temperatures with 72 in los gatos. 66 in menlo park. upper 50s from pacifica to half moon bay. san francisco about where you should be. low 50s and 68 in sonoma. out over the hills, we will see 67 in union city and san leandro and 70 in concord. maybe a couple degrees warmer. few high clouds monday and tuesday dropping the numbers a few degrees but by wednesday and thursday, more significant cloud cover with the chance of showers each and every day. best chance comes at the end of the next week. "abc 7 news" is another great weather resource, live doppler on twitter for the very latest, rain or shine, video forecasts and spare the air alerts and tweets from your favorite weather team. go for it. >> katie: coming up a famous piece of art. why it's been taken down from a san francisco watering hole.
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>> katie: wine lovers are going to have to dig deeper in the wallets to enjoy the cab bernaises. that is from vicinityers in, demand for the red we than is up and that should increase prices by about 8%.
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so there is excitement but a little concern in wine country. as laura anthony explains it has to do with the upcoming growing season. >> napa valley wine and their customers are ready to pull the cork on a new season. >> bud break is here. that is exciting because that is beginning of the 2013 growing season. >> it hasn't broken yet. when the bud breaks we're going to shoot. >> dry winter has been a blessing and a potential curse for napa valley wine growers. here at the winery in st. helena the buds are swelling and they are out pruning and tying the vines. >> we have relatively dry 2013 which tells the plants it's time to get going and getting the buds coming up. >> but thanks to a wet early season water supply shouldn't be
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a big issue. a worry is frost. >> that is concern, especially if we have the buds swelling and bud break happening, as well. that damage the crop. >> but with high-tech monitoring systems they will get plenty of warnings. new growing season comes as the napa valley begins a massive replanting. it usually comes every two decades. >> one hopes when you plant i will stay in the ground and be productive for 25 years. napa valley grapes are in high demand. a lot of growers are taking the opportunity to replant their vin yadz and modern technology so it's an exciting time. >> 2012 brought a record crush. that means the pattern holds this year, the harvest might be smaller but, of course, what counts in this business is the quality, not the quantity. in st. helena, laura anthony, "abc 7 news." >> a familiar and legendary work
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of art that has come to define san francisco's palace hotel is no more. the huge pied piper painting that has been there more more than a century is going to be sold at auction. sheraton which owns the palace it's not practical to have the iconic work displayed in such a public area. the hotel hopes the auction will bring in $3 million and $5 million. >> burning the midnight oil the senate passes it's first budget in four years. why the plan will likely bring more debate this summer in more debate this summer in washington. [ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank.
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easier than actually going to the bank. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. from a. >> katie: were welcome back. let's start the half-hour out with a quick look at the weather. >> katie, check it out. this is a view from the sutro camera. have you seen clear conditions? we had a little brit of patchy fog earlier. temperatures are cool in the upper 30s there. we are beginning to see the numbers recover into the 40s around the bay. this afternoon it will be sunny along the coast but the sea breeze kicks in and keep the numbers in the upper 50s. warmest numbers should be down around the south bay with numbers in the 70s there. san francisco should be seasonal
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and we'll see occasional high clouds from time to time but overnight tonight, numbers will be tumbling and cool and chilly. we do have added cloud cover and few drops of rain in the week ahead. i'll have the sean seven-day outlook in just a moment. >> we want to get back to the breaking news we brought you, top of the hour. kiera is live where three people were shot. >> reporter: the latest they are processing the third of three crime scenes, just minutes ago they took down the crime scene tape down around brannon street. shooting was at this club at 330 rich. it spilled into the alleyway and into the street and then spilled over a shootout in this parking lot behind me. that is where investigators are now diagramming where bullets fell. take a look at video just after
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1:15 this morning after the shooting. witnesses say it started inside 330 rich. there was a gunshot and then everyone tried to leave the club. we're not sure if we are showing that you video right now but after the initial gunshots people heard more gunshots. they all tried to leave the club. one witness told me when he saw it spill into the parking lot behind me there were 30 rounds fired. i asked him what he thought of shooting like that. >> i could sense the tension inside. people were -- there were people bumping into each other. any little thing like that could start a difference in opinion. someone may step on the shoe and take it the wrong way. anything can escalate really quickly. >> reporter: the shooters got away. san francisco police say they have no leads, but again three people are in the hospital, one
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in critical condition. two are expected to be just fine. >> katie: happening now, santa clara county is holding a second gun buy-back event. it starts in just a few minutes. last one recently netted more than 1100 firearms. it will be held until noon at reid hill airport on cunningham avenue. authorities will pay up to $100 for each handgun, shotgun and rifle, and $200 for assault weapons. no questions asked. >> president obama is closing out his four day trip in jordan. he boarded air force one earlier this morning headed for petra. it strengthens bonds with israel but left some palestinians angry. they say president obama is playing favorites and need to more strongly condemn the settlements on palestinian land.
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in his address he focused on domestic issue calling on congress to vote on three gun control measures that would ban high capacity ammunition magazines, fund school security and crackdown on gun trafficking. >> these shouldn't be controversial. they are common sense. they are supported by a majority of the american people. i urge the senate and the house to give each of them a vote. >> katie: also new this morning, it was just a few hours ago that the senate passed its first budget in four years approving a $3.7 billion spending plan for next year. the 50-49 vote ended a grueling all night debate. no republicans voted for the package. this sets up contentious negotiations with the republican dominated house in april to reconcile what are two plans in dealing with the deficit. senate version called kaults for spending $100 billion on
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infrastructure. house version calls for deep cuts in domestic spending to balance the budget by 2023. >> the california department of education is expanding it's list of recommended reading for kindergarten through 12th grade. that includes newly published works dealing with sexual identity issues. here is nannette miranda in sacramento. as summer nears, educators want to keep kids reading. california department of education up updated the list of books that is to prepare students for college, klutd for the first time are winners of the stone wall book award that recognizes gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender literature. >> it's good to teach kids that everyone is different and we can all be accepted who we are. i think it's great to see those
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books recommended. >> the books are recommended according to age from young kids activity books celebrating gay rights leader harvey milk to books like older kids like transgender teens and totally joe a boy coming out. >> there is a full sexual war. >> social conservatives are appalled. they say such topics have no place on the state's official reading list. >> they are not being taught critical thinking. they are being taught social engineering that will hurt them physically and emotionally. >> the new book titles are recommended and not mandatory and the state insists they will not chosen for their lgbt themes. >> it's mostly based on the quality. literature. it could be fiction and
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biography and poetry. >> i've seen some of the books and it doesn't make a big deal. he was a guy that was for everyone. >> and newly published works on immigration, including a book that talks about the reason why people come to the u.s. illegally. >> katie: police are asking for the public's help to find a man that assaulted a woman last sunday afternoon on a park trail. investigators have released a sketch of the man they say grabbed a woman on one of the trails at hans park. this he came up behind her and tried to drag her into a nearby creek bed. she fought back and managed to escape. they have revised the description. he is 5'4" and weigh about 210 pound. they said he was 5'10". he was last seen driving two-door acura with gray primer on the rear bumperer.
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>> they did $10,000 in damage by taggers. skate park was the hardest it in the graffiti spray and they may have to be closed to allow public works crews time to clean up the mess. they tagged buildings also in waterfront park. >> finding the right job. there is new service that claims to streamline application process for the job seekers and the companies looking to hire. let's take a live look. this is the view from emeryville looking back on the beautiful san francisco skyline and very clear, blue sky. up to 63 degrees in san francisco. lisa argen is going to have your
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>> katie: there are sites to match people for dates so why not a site to match people for jobs. it's based on a mathematical algorithm. david louie introduces us to bright. >> its universal complaint among job seekers. >> i put out five or six resumes a week. >> do you hear back from them? >> most of the time i do not. >> this era for applying jobs on
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line makes too many resumes for employers to review. >> they are going on line and check boxing the jobs they want to apply for. >> steve believes he has solution. it's called, they developed an algorithm that evaluates a resume and produces a score. >> over 2 million resumes, 8.5 million job seekers, 20 million job descriptions and 75,000 man-hours development and year and a half to get there. >> it indicates that more people that use the service more accurate algorithm will be in predicting success. >> there is no cost. employer pays. >> he is a graphic designer but as an older worker she was asked for her graduation year and level of education. >> to discriminate upon your age
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is discriminate. >> applicants don't need to worry. >> algorithm doesn't look at the data but the meat of the resume. so therefore you never have to worry about anything like that. >> a san francisco based company it has strengthens and weaknesses. >> a tech position will score very well and score great candidates for great jobs. for other industries we don't have a ton of jobs on that site. >> so bright might be taking the search out of job search. >> katie: it is 8:42 on this gorgeous saturday morning. lisa argen keeping an eye on the forecast. is it going to stick? >> for the short term. people are concerned about the weekend. we are looking at mount tam where the coolest numbers are in the upper 30s. we definitely bottomed out in parts of the valley this morning. we are warmer this weekend. i'll tell you how much warmer
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after the break. >> also ahead, brackets blow up. cinderella takes down the mighty georgetown. larry
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>> katie: in sports today, all
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about the bears. cal bears take center stage with both men and women playing in the ncaa tournament. second seeded cal women play in texas and tonight, 12th seeded cal men will try to advance to the sweet 16. bears take on syracuse at hp pavilion and tip-off is at 6:40. here is larry beil with the details in this morning's sports. >> good morning. part of the charm of the ncaa tournament is some little school that you couldn't find on a map slaying a giant lying florida gulf coast knocking off mighty georgetown. florida gulf coast has only been in existence since 1997 and eddie murray, yes. eagles in charge. in fort myers open up a 19-point lead. and with authority, one-handed!
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that is good stuff. and florida gulf coast a great upset over georgetown, 78-68. here a game that crushed brackets everywhere. led by marshall anderson who can shoot from anywhere. a lot of people thought the badgers were going to do well but they are done. this stuns wisconsin, 57-46. they meet la salle next. >> one and done. minnesota up 11 and any glimmer of the hope for bruins ends, minnesota a winner, 83-63. pacific coach, bob thompson as tigers try to take down two seed miami. good luck. miami up at the break.
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duran scott, five of 8 from beyond the arc. 78-49 against uop and they will play illinois next. cal will play syracuse and a spot in the sweet 16. they won their opening game 81-34. you heard the score right. syracuse big power and used to big stage but their coach worried about containing the pac-12 player of the year, alan crabbe. >> she tremendous shooter. one of the better shooters in the country. their point guard made so many really big plays. the game would have gone the other way but he made huge plays. >> miami extends their winning streak up to 25 games of them beat the pistons. they have lost ten that row. lebron, 29 points and bobcats
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are up next for miami. the weather outside was frightful. incredible scene for the u.s.a.-costa rica soccer world cup qualifier played in denver. they had to use yellow and purple ball. the only goal in the blizzard and the u.s. wins it 1-nil. mike shumann will be here for with all the highlights. have a great weekend everybody. i'm larry beil. >> katie: no snow falling needless to say. sunny skies next weekend. >> in fact visibility just fantastic. we're looking at cloud free conditions. live doppler 7-hd. just checking in. sometimes we have a visible image over this. no clouds to show. no precip. we're talking about changes that come due to less wind. a warmer air mass but this morning due to the clear sky we
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are starting out significantly cooler. by the afternoon we will be warmer around the bay due to high pressure building in and warmer atmosphere. beautiful sky with temperatures ranging from the upper 30s in napa. we had a few areas flirting with freezing. 45 in livermore. 44 in santa rosa. with that sunshine, numbers coming up significantly. los gatos at 52. that is about 8-10 degrees. here is coit tower and look at the blue skies. despite all the sunshine in san francisco we'll still have a little bit of sea breeze, less than what we've had in the past couple of days. coast will be cool but warmer everywhere today. 45 in oakland as well as san jose. good morning, half moon bay, 50 for you. 40 in santa cruz with mid 40s around oakland. forecast calls for a mostly sunny weekend, occasional high clouds, pressure is building in
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bringing us the warmest days of the next seven today and tomorrow. rain in the forecast, has been pushed back but as we go into the up coming workweek, we'll see cloudy, cooler conditions and onshore flow returning in the morning. with the absence of wind, look how much cooler it is in the north bay. 3-7 degrees cooler and 2-3 degrees cooler from the east bay to south bay. we will be looking at high pressure not only in command today but it is building in the eastern pacific. as it buildings bimdz in we're not looking for the cloud cover and warming the atmosphere enough today to bring the temperatures up anywhere from two to four degrees. as it continues to slide to the east it will weaken and allow for few weak systems to flirt with the north and that brings the changes. not until the middle of the week. the rest of the day.
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we'll keep the breeze confined to the shoreline. plenty of sunshine. a few high clouds around the bay. temperatures today coming up about three degrees or so locally. statewide, 61 in yosemite. 60 in monterey. 80s in palm springs. 69 in milpitas. santa clara and 68 in santa cruz. 65 mid to upper 50s at the coast. low 60s downtown but plenty of sunshine. 66 in petaluma. 68 by water and vallejo. numbers here fairly uniform from 66 in hayward. beautiful day in castro valley. you head inland and we've got the 70s again for livermore and pittsburg. temperatures will just be a few degrees warmer tomorrow. then a stronger sea breeze and monday and thickening clouds. a couple weather system could give an opportunity of rain but most likely time frame looks
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like friday. at this point, as you know that could change. >> katie: thank you, lisa. coming up san francisco's zoo cutest edition. find on out when
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>> katie: star attractions of monterey bay aquarium is returning. the adorable sea otters go back
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on display today. their tank was renovated. they will be back in the public eye to see and have a new $2 million tank to show off, as well. >> get ready for some ohs and ahs. she is thriving under her mom. the klub cub will make her first appearances between tod and tomorrow between 1:00 and 3:00. she was born on february 10th and just had her first exam and she knew she was a little girl. a little chubby one. you like the paws. you know how big they are going to get. >> lisa: great day to visit the zoo. upper 50s on sloat boulevard and fun place, too, upper 60s in
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oakland. with 70 in san jose. we'll look for the warming temperatures to continue for the latter half of your weekend and cool are and more of a sea breeze then. chances of rain increase through the end of the week. >> katie: thanks everyone for joining us on the saturday morning news. we will continue at 5:00 p.m. you asked for it and now the "abc 7 news" alarm clock app is available for android phone and kindle fire. download it free at amazon app store and it's always been available on your iphone. have a great day days of walking
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